LAKE FOREST, Ill. – Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions will launch three new Accident insurance plans as of May 1, 2013. These plans were designed with the most highly utilized services in mind so as to deliver the best value to the policyholder.
Trustmark spent the past year looking at the dynamics of what was happening in the Accident market. “Our goal was to stand out, and not just to provide policies that match all of our competition. We wanted to get ahead of the game and offer a product that provides a significant benefit for those services our policyholders are most likely to need should an accident occur,” said Julie Pohjola, Assistant Vice President of Product Development at Trustmark.
The idea for the plans sparked when Trustmark noticed a majority of its claims contained the same 10 services. In addition to the top three hospital services, a total of 13 services comprised 97 percent of all claims. Understanding what’s mostly likely to happen allows Trustmark the opportunity to deliver the highest payout for those events, which in turn, creates better value. See how they compare.
These plans are not available in every state. To find out more information, please contact your regional sales director or visit Trustmark’s website to find a sales director in your area.
About Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions
Trustmark is a mutual company with nearly a century of experience in voluntary benefits. They provide the resources employers and employees need to make knowledgeable decisions that enhance their benefit plans and provide vital financial protection. Trustmark is rated A- (Excellent) by A.M. Best, with $1.8 billion in assets and more than 2 million covered lives. Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions is a division of Trustmark Companies, celebrating its centennial year in 2013. Visit www.trustmarksolutions.com.
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